ILHRU research impact
Submissions to official bodies
Submission to the European and External Relations Committee of the Scottish Parliament on the EU Referendum and its Implications for Scotland, September 2016 (Christian Dadomo and Noëlle Quénivet).
Submission to the Joint Committee on Human Rights on UK Government’s Policy on Use of Drones for Targeted Killings, 19 November 2015 (Noëlle Quénivet and Aurel Sari).
Submission to the Sexual Violence and Conflict Committee of the
House of Lords,
16 October 2015 (Noëlle Quénivet). Cited in the report Sexual Violence in Conflict: A War Crime 12 April 2016.
Submission of Eurorights to the Council of Europe - Information, Proposals and Views on the Longer-Term Future of the System of the ECHR and the ECtHR, 27 January 2014 (Noëlle Quénivet and Richard Edwards).
Cited in Steering Committee for Human Rights, Committee of Experts on the Reform of the Court, Thematic Overview of the Results of the ‘Open Call for Contributions’, GT-GDR-F(2014)003, 12 March 2014.
Submission of Eurorights to the Extradition Law Committee of the House of Lords, 15 October 2014 (Noëlle Quénivet and Richard Edwards).
Contribution to reports
Evadné Grant contributed to the 2014 report commissioned by the Bianca Jagger Human Rights Foundation on the implications of fracking for human rights.
Members of the Unit contribute to the following blogs:
- British Academy Blog
- E-International Relations
- Oxford University Press Blog
- UWE Centre for Legal Research
Noelle Quenivet held three presentations in June 2016 to a group of senior military legal advisers attending the first edition of the Emergent Issues Workshop on International Humanitarian Law at the San Remo International Institute of Humanitarian Law (Italy).
Noelle has been involved in several courses (Core Course in Humanitarian Law and Policies and Thematic Workshop on Protection of Children and Protection of Women in Armed Conflict) run for humanitarian workers by Professionals in Humanitarian Assistance and Protection in Kenya (April 2013) and Senegal (April-May 2014 and September 2015).